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Grantee Highlight: Selfhelp Community Services

Serving the Last Generation of Holocaust Survivors Selfhelp Community Services was founded in 1936 to help Jews fleeing Nazi Germany maintain their independence and start new lives in the United…

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Grantee Highlight: DOROT

Alone but Not Forgotten: Alleviating Social Isolation for NYC Elders. The Sephardic Home for the Aged began a new chapter in 2015 when it transformed into a private grantmaking foundation…

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Grantee Highlight: Adopt-A-Safta

Learning From Our Elders: An Intergenerational Care Program Goes International. The Sephardic Foundation on Aging (SFOA) has been providing key support to the Adopt-A-Safta program for three years, granting a…

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2020 Annual Report: Reflecting on the Past, Looking to the Future—and Responding to the Moment

This year was unlike any other. The effects of the Coronavirus pandemic on people’s lives and livelihoods were as widespread as they were devastating. No one community felt the effects…

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Responding to COVID-19 with Emergency Grants

In the face of the global COVID-19 pandemic, our mission of supporting and empowering older Jewish people is more relevant than ever. Older communities are most vulnerable to the physical…

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